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As many Americans engage in a summer flirtation with outsider Republican presidential hopefuls, one of the most battle-hardened politicians in the 2016 race, Ohio Governor John Kasich, is rapidly gaining ground.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ambitious reform agenda has stalled with crucial bills stuck in India's parliament, which ended its latest session this week in bitter uproar.
Germany and Japan rose from the ashes of World War II to become global economic powerhouses in a few decades. But how did they achieve this remarkable feat so quickly, and what is the legacy of these parallel economic "miracles" today?
A freshly-dug anti-tank ditch running along a short stretch of metal fence topped with barbed wire marks the start of a new border defense that Ukraine hopes will protect it from Russia.
Donald Trump, the defiant, mercurial reality TV host leading the U.S. opposition Republican Party presidential nomination race, is facing a backlash over his crude comments and fears he could mount an independent White House bid.
Donald Trump took center stage at the first major Republican presidential debate Thursday, but a strong showing from less brash candidates revealed a strong field and a fiercely competitive race ahead.
The 100 or so refugees set off early evening, hoping that the short walk across Serbia's border into Hungary will be the last leg of their treacherous journey into the EU.
In the nervous aftermath of the Hiroshima bombing 70 years ago, citizens spent decades on alert for a nuclear war that would wipe out billions in a radioactive firestorm and render Earth uninhabitable.
The end to a ceasefire with Kurdish rebels and political uncertainty after inconclusive June elections are compounding already mounting problems for Turkey's stuttering economy, analysts say.
As nine candidates prepare to take their place Thursday alongside Donald Trump for the first U.S. Republican Party presidential debate, a question looms: how does one deal with a rival whose bombast is part of his DNA?
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